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33 Fitting the Data to the Equivalent-Circuit Model 1. With the data open and plotted, click Impedance, and choose Fit A Model (Simplex Method). The Select Model File window appears. 2. Choose the desired model. The default folder for models is the Models folder. This Models folder is in the C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Gamry Instruments\Echem Analyst\Models by default. As our example, we choose the model trial model.mdl created previously. 3. Click the Open button. The Select Model File window closes, and the Impedance Fit by the Simplex Method window appears. 4. Set parameters. Choose the maximum number of Iterations to loop before stopping the fit. Enter estimates for all the circuit elements in the Model Parameters area. Fix particular elements by enabling their Lock checkboxes. In our example, we try 100 Ω for Ru, 2500 Ω for Rp, and 100 nf for Cf and leave all of them free (unlocked). 5. Click the Calculate button to start the fit. The software attempts to fit the model to the data. When finished, the fitted parameters appear next to each circuit element. 33 2b1af7f3a8